Chronic Low Back Pain Physiotherapy
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Chronic Low Back Pain Physiotherapy

Chronic low back pain is defined as low back pain that continues for 12 weeks or longer…even after the original injury has been treated. About 5-10% of people who has back pain develops chronic back pain which lasts at least one year. To make things worse, 20% of doctor visits are related to back pain!…

Sprained Your Ankle Again?
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Sprained Your Ankle Again?

90% cases of untreated ankle sprains can become recurring (as in the ankle keeps getting sprained again and again), but there’s good news: with skilled ankle sprain physiotherapy we can decrease the recurrence to below 40%. What’s an ankle sprain? An ankle sprain happens when the ankle either bends IN or OUT too much, stretching…

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) Hand Physiotherapy
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) Hand Physiotherapy

Carpal tunnel syndrome happens when the median nerve in the middle of the wrist gets compressed, causing numbness, tingling and loss of strength. The carpal tunnel is a very small and narrow tunnel (about 2 cm width) in the wrist, with NINE flexor tendons and a median nerve that runs through it. That means it’s…

Prevent Running Side Stitches
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Prevent Running Side Stitches

Side stitches can mess up your running, and if you’d ever had one, you must know that many many people get it too. In fact, studies are showing up to 7 in 10 (!!) runners experience this a year. Side stitches sounds like it’s related to sewing, but it’s a specific exercise-related transient abdominal pain…

Foot Strike During Running
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Foot Strike During Running

As physios, we get a lot of patients who loves jogging and running (as well as marathoning) and many of them get runners injuries and pains. One of the best things about running and jogging is that it doesnt need much gear and costs: just running gears such as shoes and light clothings roads, treadmills…

Bankart Lesion Physiotherapy
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Bankart Lesion Physiotherapy

A bankart injury refers to the tear of the glenoid labrum in the shoulder, and it’s a pretty common shoulder injury. What happens is that the shoulder dislocates forward (medically termed as “anteriorly”) and this specificly damages the lower portion of the cartilage in the shoulder socket. Usually happens to younger and active individuals such…